A great place to study!
Canadian colleges and universities educate more than 1.5 million students annually. Canada’s higher education institutions are diverse, varying in size, character and scope of programs. Its outstanding status is attributed to its organized education system, which is inculcated in thousands of diverse collegiate institutions and their skilled faculties. The swelling number of students from India indicates the growing popularity of high standards of education in Canada due to Canada’s strong job market, safe and high standards of living, peaceful and cooperative multicultural environment, strong economic and political stability and the value of Canadian qualifications being accepted globally.
Why Study in Canada ?
- All academic programs are designed keeping in mind the demand of skills required to work in the Canadian job market
- Tradition of Academic Excellence.
- The United Nations ranks Canada as one of the best countries in the world to live in.
- A multicultural educational experience with a safe and clean environment.
- International Students can work 20 hours per week part time and 40 hours per week during vacations.
- Opportunity to enroll in unique “co-operative education programs” that allow students to work pertaining to their course work while studying.
- A great opportunity to gain full time employment and permanent residency in Canada on completion of education in Canada.
- IELTS is the only required examination.
- UG and PG programs available with a number of qualifications available like Certificate, Diplomas, Degrees to cater to all sorts of student needs, academic backgrounds and budgets.
- English being the primary language spoken in Canada makes it easier for the Indian students to communicate and accommodate themselves.
- Learning plays a key role for Canadian academic institutions and due to this feature they have developed a first-rate education system with high standards. Canada spends a good percentage of its GDP to improvise its education quality in comparison to other countries.
- The tuition fees in Canada are relatively low for foreign students as compared to the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand etc.
- The education system in Canada comprises of both publicly and private funded Schools, Colleges and Universities.
- Gain Canadian work experience by working part time on campus and off campus while studying that helps a student pay for all his living expenses while studying in Canada.
Considering the number of Indian students who opt for Canada as their prime destination to pursue their education, the Canadian and Indian governments have started the Student Partners Program (SPP) which provides recognition to the various institutions that provide both undergraduate and post graduate certificates, diplomas and degrees. In Canada, undergraduate and postgraduate education is the responsibility of provincial and territorial governments, and each jurisdiction has its own quality assurance mechanisms. The governments of each province has put in place stringent mechanism via legislation, accreditation among others to establish, govern, recognize, or ensure the quality of both undergraduate and post graduate education in Canada.